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Designing sustainable furniture

The choices made by designers can influence over 80 percent of the environmental impact created by a product. It’s an astounding figure that really drives home the power of design and how it can change our industry and the world for the better. While many designers would like to implement sustainable practices into their design process, it can be difficult to know

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